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Montrey Willis
on 11/07/2017 at 02:24 pm
Amen father I asked for you to allow me to break all habits of drifting and to obtain definite purpose or I may be able to surely sell out for you no matter what my circumstances look like I'm going to lay them aside and to follow you wherever you may tell me to go.. or what you may teach me to do.. allow me to do that as well love father you are great you are Mighty I Thank you for all your wonderful ways I don't know what's next in my life but I do trust you and I pray that you would power me with all wisdom that you're holy spirit will touch me and help me make the right decisions. do it for me and for my brothers on this wonderful day in Jesus name I do pray amen
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Michael
on 11/07/2017 at 12:20 pm
I have a hard time deciding on a dinner menu....
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Jay Wilson
on 11/07/2017 at 11:47 am
Amen. I find that I do "shuffle my feet" at times when faced to make the right and lasting decisions. It kind of goes along with change, instead of staying stuck in the familiar. I pray daily that I allow the Holy Spirit to help me yield to make the choices, no matter how hard, that will enhance and grow my relationships.

DAY 311: When You Can't Decide



Another follower said, "Master, excuse me for a couple of days, please. I have my father's funeral to take care of." Jesus refused. "First things first. Your business is life, not death. Follow me. Pursue life."  ~Matthew 8:21-22 (MSG)


Stuck in fear of making the wrong decision is death... some people call it paralysis by analysis. It happens more often than we care to admit. Sometimes we labor over decisions (big and small) and struggle to move on. 

Do you distract yourself with meaningless busy-work to avoid making a hard decision?  Perhaps you see it happening with people you know. 

Whatever is bothering you needs to be addressed. Let the mindless busy work die a  quick death - and get busy making decisions which lead you closer to fulfillment as God's man. 

Pray about it, share it, bury it, and let's move on. God is callilng us to greater things.

 


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